Treehouse Museum is situated at 347 22nd Street in downtown Ogden, Utah — about 35 miles north of Salt Lake City. If visiting Ogden on I-15 (south or north), we recommend using the 21st Street Exit (exit 343) and traveling east to allow Avenue. Turn right (south), and go one block to 22nd Street. Turn left (east) on 22nd. You’ll find Treehouse situated midway in the block around the right (south) side from the street on a corner of 22nd Street and Keisel Ave, and directly across 22nd Street in the LDS Temple.
Free, but short time, street parking can be obtained round the perimeter from the building. Site visitors are encouraged to stick to published street parking rules, as Ogden City does ticket violators. Free parking can also be obtainable in the Junction Parking Terrace (enter from 23rd Street and park in the far north finish).
Walking to Treehouse in the Leader Stop
Treehouse is situated just 3 blocks east and something block north of Ogden’s Intermodal Transit Center Leader Station (at 23rd Street and Wall Ave.) If walking in the stop, mix Wall Avenue walking east around the north side of 23rd Street. Continue east crossing Lincoln subsequently Avenue after which Grant Avenue. Continue east beyond the Junction Parking Terrace. In the intersection of 23rd and Kiesel Avenue (close to the MegaPlex Theaters and Solomon Center) turn north and pass while watching Solomon Center. The Treehouse entrance is around the northeast corner in our building at 22nd Street and Kiesel Ave.